A 1-day training course, which enables delegates to demonstrate competent brazing to the industry standard, including the safe use of oxy-acetylene and basic brazing techniques.
To gain the knowledge, skills and techniques to meet best practice standards to braze copper pipework to a certified standard.
Course duration is 2 days
Who should attend?
Engineers who work within air-conditioning and refrigeration must hold a certificate in brazing as proof of competence and compliance to industry standards.
Delegates will practice and gain competency in the areas of brazing procedures relevant to the BSEN 378 legislation and codes of Best Practice. A range of differing copper pipe sizes up to 7/8″ will be used along with a variety of materials and brazing alloys. Each delegate must produce effective, leak free joints which include copper/copper and copper/mild steel using safe brazing techniques.
Delegates must complete both theory and practical assessments.
This course will enable delegates to demonstrate competent brazing to the industry standard, including safe use of oxy-acetylene and basic brazing techniques.
On successful completion of the course, delegates will achieve a FETA B.R.A level 2 or 3 certificate which is valid for 3 years., and a City & Guilds certificate. Delegates will also have a full understanding and be able to carry out brazing techniques for RAC systems.
Revision notes (where relevant).
A buffet style lunch will be provided, along with refreshments when delivered at a Sanctus Training venue.